LECTURE 2 Fall 2011

LECTURE 2 Fall 2011 - Logistics Logistics and Announcements...

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Logistics and Announcements eptember 19 2011 September 19, 2011 Submission of 5 groups volunteering for CS1 has been mpleted Thank you! completed. Thank you! Volunteers for CS2 (one group submitted so far). Same person appears in two groups (G11 and G26)! Choose pp p g p ( ) one! Anyone left outside a group? Last call! Labs start THIS WEEK (week of September 19, 2011) Lab attendance is mandatory and records will be kept. eccano ts will be distributed during lab time Meccano kits will be distributed during lab time. A borrowing contract has to be signed by the team leader. greed date for Midterm Exam: October 19 2011 Agreed date for Midterm Exam: October 19, 2011. The final course outline will be available this week.
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ENGR 2310U Concurrent Engineering and Design Lecture #2 asic Basic oncurrent Engineering Concurrent Engineering Prof. Remon Pop-Iliev, Ph.D, P.Eng. Monday, September 19, 2011, 3:40-5:00 PM, UA1350 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science yg g p p University of Ontario Institute of Technology
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Elements of Total Quality Development** Total Quality Development (TQD) has three major elements: (1) Basic Improvements in Clarity and Unity Throw-It-Over-The-Wall Sequential Engineering Style or B asic C oncurrent E ngineering (BCE)* (2) E nhanced Q uality F unction D eployment (EQFD) ) ality gineering using bust ign ( ERD Note: Improvements (2) & (3) integrated together provide better (3) Q uality E ngineering using R obust D esign (QERD) Note : * Little agreement about the nomenclature of (1) exist: DECISION MAKING that goes beyond the basic improvements. (1) is usually called by the synonyms: C oncurrent E ngineering (CE), ultaneous gineering (SE), or S imultaneous E ngineering (SE), or I ntegrated P roduct and P rocess D evelopment (IPPD). ** Total Quality Development is also called: I mproved T otal D evelopment P rocess (ITDP), or W orld-C lass C oncurrent E ngineering (WCCE) . Slide 3 http://asmedl.aip.org/ebooks/asme/asme_press/800695
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Elements of Basic Concurrent Engineering Most companies that have implemented BCE since the 1980’s are not nearly as far along with their practice of EQFD and QERD. Therefore, their results have been both very promising and somewhat disappointing. Please Remember: All three elements of Total Quality Development are needed for success in the global economy. Basic Concurrent engineering consists of two elements: (1) Improved Process (better game plan) (2) Closer Cooperation (better teamwork) Slide 4
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Improved Process & Closer Cooperation The Improved Process (better game plan) has 4 primary features: (1) Concurrent Process (2) Focus on Quality, Cost and delivery (3) Emphasis on Customer Satisfaction, and ) Emphasis on Competitive Benchmarking (4) Emphasis on Competitive Benchmarking. The key is that process engineering to prepare for production is done concurrently (simultaneously) with the design of the product.
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course MECH ENG ENGR 2310 taught by Professor Dr.remon during the Fall '11 term at UOIT.

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